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Probability Demystified – A Self-teaching Guide

 Author: Allan G. Bluman  Publisher: © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.  Published: February 10, 2005  ISBN: 0-07-144549-8  Pages: 267  Country: USA  Language: English  Tags: ejournals |  View

Probability can be called the mathematics of chance. The theory of probability is unusual in the sense that we cannot predict with certainty the individual outcome of a chance process such as flipping a coin or rolling a die (singular for dice), but we can assign a number that corresponds to the probability of getting a particular outcome. For example, the probability of getting a head when a coin is tossed is 1/2 and the probability of getting a two when a single fair die is rolled is 1/6.

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